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Neighborhoods at Risk

View local maps of socioeconomic and climate data to identify communities that may be vulnerable to extreme weather and climate change, now and in the future. Obtain authoritative reports and data to make informed decisions when prioritizing capital improvements, informing land use and policy decisions, and updating Hazard Mitigation Plans.

Convenient, free access to socioeconomic and climate data can help communities visualize potential problems and make informed decisions to adapt to long-term climate change.

Neighborhoods at Risk is designed to meet community planning needs to protect people and property from the impacts of climate change. This free, web-based tool generates customized, interactive maps and reports that describe characteristics of potentially vulnerable neighborhoods (by census tract). Additionally, Neighborhoods at Risk provides community-level climate projections for temperature and precipitation.

Neighborhoods at Risk reports are based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau, FEMA, Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics Consortium, First Street Foundation, and the Northeast Regional Climate Center’s Applied Climate Information System.

Last modified
21 October 2020 - 2:12pm